In this post, we will see how to get updates of a YouTube channel on Kaizala. This is very similar to the post Flow scenario #3: Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala, but uses a custom action (or card) to display the update - so that we get the video thumbnail and title on the chat … Continue reading Flow scenario #3b: Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala using custom action
Leverage Kaizala Flow connector to capture responses from custom actions.
In a Managed Hub and Spoke group (Public Group) created for any event, it is a common requirement to send a message / document to the member who joins the group. I have picked up a case where a member joining the group would be sent a brochure (document) on joining the group. In order … Continue reading Flow scenario #5: Send a document to new member on joining group
Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala!
When you need folks to respond on demand, you could use a Kaizala Form. You could design a form from the group up using HTML / JS and KASClient SDK [documented here] or you could design a form from the Kaizala Management Portal [demonstrated in this post]. For the demo, I am picking a scenario … Continue reading Flow scenario #2: Get response from custom Kaizala forms
I have picked up a scenario where you might need to send a survey with the same set of questions on a daily basis. This could be automated very simply using Microsoft Flow. In case you are new to Flow or the Kaizala connector, suggest you read this post to get started. Trigger This scenario … Continue reading Flow scenario #1: Send a survey daily
Introduction to Microsoft Flow Microsoft Flow is a service that helps you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more. [courtesy: Flow]. In some sense, you could just build a flow chart that would run the logic behind the scenes - that simple! Flow abstracts … Continue reading Automating business process using Kaizala Flow connector